What to do in Tampa for the summer? Kids movies are at a great price for the 2015 summer at Regal Cinemas. From June 9- August 23rd you and your can watch your favorite movies on the big screen for a low price.
Admission to Regal Cinemas Summer Kids movies is only $1 per person. Movie tickets will be available onsite at the box office and they all start at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays this summer.
Kid summer movies will include Dolphin Tale 2, Mr. Peabody, Annie, Boxtrolls and many other family movies.
A portion of the proceeds from Regal’s summer movie series will go to the Will Rogers Institute.
Regal Theaters in the Tampa Bay area:
Regal Citrus Park Stadium 20
Westfield Citrus Park Mall
7999 Citrus Park Town Center Mall
Tampa, FL 33625
Regal Largo Mall 8
10500 Ulmerton Rd East
Regal Park Place Stadium 16 & RPX
7200 US Highway 19
North Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Regal Hollywood 18 Port Richey
6701 Cinema Drive
Port Richey, FL 34668
$1 Summer Movie Schedule at Regal Cinemas:åÊ
Tuesday, June 9:Nut Job (PG)
Wednesday, June 10: Annie (PG)
Tuesday, June 16:åÊEarth to Echo (PG)
Wednesday, June 17: Boxtrolls (PG)
Tuesday, June 23: Paddington (PG)
Wednesday, June 24: Turbo (PG)
Tuesday, June 30: Rio 2 (G)
Wednesday, July 1: How To Train Your Dragon 2 (PG)
Tuesday, July 7: Mr. Peabody (PG)
Wednesday, July 8: Book of Life (PG)
Tuesday, July 14: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (PG)
Wednesday, July 15: Penguins of Madagascar (PG)
Tuesday, July 21: Madagascar 3(PG)
Wednesday, July 22: Dolphin Tale 2 (PG)
Tuesday, July 28: Muppets, Most Wanted (PG)
Wednesday, July 29: Alexander and the Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Tuesday, August 4: The Lego Movie (PG)
Wednesday, August 5: The Sponge Bob Movie:Sponge out of Water (PG)
Note: Movies dates and times are subject to change without notice. Please call for confirmation before heading out.
Want to understand the movie ratings?
The Motion Picture Association of America has organized movie ratings to help parents make informed decisions about the movies they watch.
G rated movies: General audiences should feel comfortable watching movies and parents or children would not be offended if they watched it.
PG rated movies: Parental guidance is suggested. Movie may contain material that parents may not want their children to see.
PG-13 rated movies: Parents are strongly cautioned. Parents should be cautious that some material in this movie may not be appropriate for pre-teenagers.
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